- The Dow Jones Industrial Average consists of 30 blue-chip stocks.
- For dividend investors, this is an interesting list, since 27 of the 30 companies pay a dividend.
- The ranking of the top-5 Dow Stocks to buy today is based on expected annual returns as indicated by Wallstreet’s analysts.
- These stocks could represent attractive long-term buys for dividend investors.
All five stocks have an upside potential of over 18% and show a significant underperformance compared to the 15.17% year-to-date performance of the DJIA index as you can see in the chart below.
The screener results below list the top-5 Dow Jones Industrial Average Stocks including their last price, the one-year average price target estimated by analysts, and the potential (%) based on the difference between the last price and the Wall Street price target.
The following Dow companies are the best ones to consider based on their one-year price target according to Wall Street’s analysts:
Financial services company JPMorgan Chase (JPM) is currently the only stock to avoid according to Wallstreet’s analysts. The JPMorgan stock is a strong outperformer and is close to its average target price.
The third-quarter earnings season is also about to get underway and JPMorgan Chase is one of the first blue chips to report this week. The JPM earnings reporting date is on October 13.
To see all Dow-30 stocks and their latest data, please use the Dow-30 price target screener to see all and see the ones that have upside potential.